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Read the transcript for the podcast “Bad Bunny Unleashes a Genre-Smashing Summer Blockbuster” from NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour.
Look for one example of each of these rhetorical elements as you read.
ethos (credibility or trustworthiness established through professional expertise, research, education, work, or experience)
pathos (emotion that helps listener relate to topic)
logos (facts, examples, reasoning that help the listener understand and relate to the topic)
audience (the target demographic and details that reveal the demographic)
purpose (inform, persuade, entertain)
language (formal, informal, conversational, academic plus organization of information)
audio (music, sound effects, background sound/ambiance, silence and their effect on the delivery and composition of the podcast)
Create an annotation for at least two rhetorical elements. Analyze how each element is operating and its effect on the podcast. Tag each annotation with the corresponding term. (Select new examples that other students have not analyzed.)
Reply to at least two of your classmates annotations with a comment or question about their analysis of the rhetorical element.